DEBBIE HARRY TO PLAY AT CBGBS FINAL WEEKEND

Blondie goddess to 'close' notorious New York club

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Debbie Harry has confirmed that she and Blondie partner Chris Stein have been added to the closing show bill at legendary New York club CBGBs.

They will play an exclusive acoustic set there on Saturday night (Oct 14), before headliners The Dictators.

As previously announced on uncut.co.uk, the famous CBGBs will close this weekend, after a long conflict with the venue’s landlords, who wanted to make more rent from the property.

CBGBs will be reopening in Las Vegas in 2008.

As previously reported, Patti Smith will play the final gig at the New York venue on Sunday night.

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